Cass County Historical Society
The Cass County Historical Society offers twenty rooms of exhibits and thousands of artifacts from Cass County’s dating back to the early 1800s. Guests can see artwork, weapons and military uniforms, Native American artifacts, a historic two-story log cabin, and much more. Guests can also utilize the Barbara Schull Wolfe Research Library at 317 11th Street-a wonderful resource for local history and genealogy.
Backstory and Context
The Cass County Historical Society was organized at a meeting of the Citizens Club in Library Hall, Feb. 12, 1907. The Jerolaman-Long home, the society's present location, was built for Dr. George Jerolaman in 1853 by George Bevan.